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In his autobiography, the author of "A Different Stage" admits that he was very envious of his former bandmate because of the latter's enormous success after Take That Exit.

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Gary Barlow acknowledges that after Robbie Williams left Take That to pursue a solo career, he was "drowning in jealousy."

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The "Back for Good" hitmaker wishes he had dumped his bandmates instead of the "Angels" hitmaker, who went on to become one of the biggest solo performers in the world after splitting from the group in 1995.

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I admit that I was a little envious that I wasn't the one to get up and declare, "Up yours, I want to have some fun. I'm going to act like a pop star for a little while.

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 None of us wanted to leave Take That, but after seeing someone else go, we all found ourselves considering doing the same. He revealed this in his latest book, "A Different Stage."

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Gary recorded his debut solo hit, "Forever Love," the following year, although he hasn't been as successful on his own as Robbie has been.

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No matter how popular they were, both celebrities suffered from drug misuse.

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Gary remembered gaining weight after his solo career failed to take off and turning to drugs, nicotine, and food for solace. He then locked himself away because he was "ashamed" of his eating condition.

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"My confidence was shot, I had grown afraid of my piano," he wrote. Most days, I merely went to my studio to act like I was working. Cannabis, cigarettes, coffee, alcohol, and bland food were all used as painkillers.

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I expelled into the night, alone, by myself, in the distant reaches of my pop-star house. I felt humiliated by my bulimia.

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